Slice Craft Knife

The Slice Craft Knife is a high-end hobby knife perfect for precision cutting, scraping and handling. Its ceramic safety blade requires no oil coating and is non-sparking, chemically inert, safe to 1600 degrees Celsius and rust-proof, making it perfect not only for craft and hobby projects but also for electronics! With a textured grip for superior control, this precision knife allows the user to make accurate, delicate cuts. Its ambidextrous no-roll design is weighted for balance and stability.

The Slice Craft Knife includes one straight ceramic safety blade. The blades used in the Slice Craft Knife are also fully replaceable for any of your existing hobby or X-ACTO® knives.

  • 1x Slice No-roll Handle
  • 1x Straight Blade
  • Cutting Depth: 16.3 +-0.5mm
  • No-roll handle with cross-hatch grip
  • Compatible blades: Straight & Curved
  • Finger-friendly edge stays sharp 11x longer
  • Reduces injuries, lowers costs
  • Non-sparking, non-conductive blade
  • Rust-free blade
  • Ambidextrous design
  • No-tool blade change
  • Fewer blade changes = fewer injuries

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  • elijahparker / about 6 years ago / 1

    Looks nice but I have a couple questions: Are these as sharp and cut as smoothly and cleanly as steel blades? I like the idea but don't want a sub-par cut. Also, are they prone to breaking from lateral force or can they flex a little? Thanks!

    • john luke / about 6 years ago / 1

      I bought one of these in the hope that a ceramic blade would be super sharp. In practice though the blades seem quite dull. Not sharp enough to cut open the pack of replacement blades. I had to fall back to my trusty $2 snap off blade box cutter which was much sharper. So for me steel is sharper.

      Will have to buy some steel blades to make uses of this expensive device. I regret buying the replacement blades which seem no sharper.

    • Great questions! I have found that these blades are just as sharp and cut as smooth as steel, but yes they are a bit frailer on the lateral movement. Now that being said, I was a bit surprised by how little the difference between the two was in terms of breakage point.

      You can see an example of it cutting in the video for this product. Hope this helps!

      • elijahparker / about 6 years ago / 1

        Awesome, thanks for the reply! I'll probably try it out.

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